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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta STl KV'i FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913. PAGE FOUR ID; je Ifeeratb DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Otlly, delivered, per Dally, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, per year..... TELEPHONES: Offlco.......... Business Editorial W. A. Buchanan Managing Director 3.00 1.00 1252 1224 John Torrance Business Jlanager Your King and Country Need You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The value of Greece's aid to the Al- lies in the present Balkan crisis has become so vital that all the allied powers are bringing pressure to hear to secure this aid, ami Britain has gone so far as to offer the isle of Cyprus to the Greek government, as yart of the price of her assistance. The most serious danger to Serbia at present, appears to be from the Bul- garian side. The Bulgars have suc- ceeded in cutting the oaloiliki-Xish railway in two places. The Austro- Qerman? have made small advances, but are being more rcadBy held in j check by the Serbs. The Allied troops j have not yet entered into the cam- paign to any great extent 'on the eastern front, tne Germans are making a drive on Riga, but are being held in check by the Russians, who have also made further aavances on the southern end of their front of tho milling industry In Canada. It Is evidently au Industry that can stand a good aenl of ruining. annual meeting of the OglMe -Milling Co. was held at Montreal tho other day, and it was announced that the total profits for the year wore 594, as compared with for the previous year. This is equal to 55 per cent, on the common stocit, and is nn increaao of 185 per cent over last year. In bringing out tho exceptionally strong position of the company at th9 present time, C. H. Hosmer, the presi- dent, pointed out that a year ago they were borrowing a large sum of money from the hanUs, whereas at the pre- sent time they were borrowing noth- ing, and hud more than a million in cash on-hand. General -Manager Black said: "We have Just produced an enormous crop of a very fair duality, and now that the government has removed a great many of the restrictions, I think we can look forward to a very fair year's trade." The restrictions which the govern- ment has removed do not include the tariff on wheat, or tho general mana- ger of the Milling Co. would not be expressing gratification. Farmers will wonder why the restriction of the tariff is not removed in order to give them entrance to the nearest market, I No Cross Examination to Deal with Suspicious Features of the Submarine Purchase you to No Richard had no right to enter upon JiS.rSlS'tto mavcf of "The Liberals have no apologies to or" tie nS-or of Victoria. We have in make It is my p, ,rpose to stem JOT Canada a Department oi Marine and w i that inqu.r, should have n a Department of Militia and Deience whose powers aro exclusive. able to get the money back for government." Mr. Taylor added that the Informa- tion he had qoen 8iTra was tlmt had paid over OB account. In this connection m drew attention to .the production of a receipt for asa br Patterson. "I suggest, he isid, '''that this was tho balance that Chile bad not paid." Continuing, Mr. Taylor said "This appears to mo to have been the situation We refused the ves- sels. War was about to bo declared. The submarines could not be sold to a country at war, and other markets were not available. Mr. Patterson had to return moneys .to Dliile. He came over here and offered them lor Instead of the purchase price be- ing some JGOO.MO, as it well might have been, in view of the refusal of Chile to buy, Mr. Patterson is told that his submarines will be taken and a price of paid. Not Too "One would have thought tha.t Mr. Patterson's Scotch ancestors would havo risen before him and inspired him to a noble sacrifice on behall of 'the country' which lie was so eager to claim as his declared Mr. Taylor. "But he not even sell bis submarines for the price at which they were offered to a Latin-Ameri- can republic. No he soaks his coun- try for one m.l.lion one. hundred and fifty thousand dollars." Mr. Taylor, in conclusion, Ad_ McBrido mirat Klngsmill to Ottawa regarding upon the the behavior of the submarines. These ttak upon re t broad messages, Mr. Taylor said, went to especially since the millers, if the vested in the Dominion government. German ships. One million one huu- dred and fifty thousand dollars were contract. Ogilvie Milling Co. report is any indi- minlng money out of the uced by the Canadian tar- are the farmers faring? i dred anrt nicv mousaim know that they are not making j by jhis provincc when it had "I suggest that Sir Richard to that e n ded bv s provncc w sugge profits on anythinE iiks the same j nar ht t'0_ Th6 action oi our pre- whnn the commission came to as the Ogilvie Milling Co. Why j mier forced the government into a B. C., he would have an opportunity !a Uie corner. Sir Robert Borden tates the to make a grandstand play on the 'stand that there were other witness stand on the submaiine can get aj mmns of defence finn tn his favorite nrass and ti PROPER PERSON TO RECEIVE PROTEST A Buffalo man. irritated by the ter- __ rible massacres in Armenia, writes a Toronto paper to ascertain if it is not possible for the United States to declare war against Turkey without including Germany, Austria and Bul- garia. The inquirer evidently means well, but Ss Ought that the party directly responsible for the Ar- menian massacres is Germany. Tur- key's ally. is Germany. Turkey's policy is dictated by Germany. The Kaiser could stop tbe massacres by simply making a. demand upon the Sultan. not allow tbe farmers to se American market if they c better price there! Isn't it time the demands of the mass of the fanners were heeded? They want free trade. St-anCt that inere UIIIUI .taavla StUUU uu Vllt i---- and other adequate means of defence tion to his favorite press and to than the submarines. I shall endea- the people of the province, vor to show that, in the first place an investigation should The millers with their DO per cent, on Kas jus commoE stock, don't want it, because have teen that it Detectivet Employed A criticism" made by Sir Biehara aue, mail iii cuiijiuiiini IIIBUD u> and, in the of the Liberal party of this province rsauce the prnfits. Isn't it r.b- _jt time the farmer had a chance at making a profit on his operations? iiueu aim, m me o e ea thirVpiace0' that cross-eiamination js that detectives have been actually was necessary." j cmployed-special mvestigators as -Vt the annual meeting oi the Van- tier sometimes call. tnemBg..s, i h. couver Liberal Sir. S. S. think. he thinks that this a, show that the vessels were in dock most of the time. tho TRIED TO INDUCE SERBIA TO QUIT New York, N.Y., Oct. cable to The Tribune from Paris says: The information reached here today that Austria a month ago offered tempting terms or peace to Serbia, and only -tbe intervention of Prince Alexander, who said that Serbia was ready to die by the sword rather than be a traitor, prevented an acceptance of the offer. Austria's peace terms were that Ser- Tea Table Talks No. 1 There would-be no need for "Pure 1'ood Laws" it every prodireE were given a tithe of the care expended in assur- ing the perfect purity of RIBBON Tliat caro is exorcised from Tea Climlcn to Tnhle. In the blciuling, tlic most iniimto care ensures uniformity perfection. Tho new (loubly-protoctivo wrapping ensures against tho slightest deterioration by dust, moisture or careless handling. your ideals of food-purity uro expressed by always using Blue Ribbon Tea bia should retain all territory held be- fore the war, with the exception of Bulgarian Macedonia, -which WES to be handed back to Bulgaria. Serbia, of course, was to allow Austria and Germany to sond troops and muni- tions to Constantinople, through Ser- bia and Bulgaria, via Belgrade. EVERY THREE MINUTES ONE NE DIES IN THE U. S. The only course for the United States to follow, if It desires to protest ef- fectively against the slaughter of the Christians, is to. make known its attitude to Kaiser William it the Potsdam Palace, Bei'.in. Ger- many. RICKED UP IN i LASSINGI FOR THE BTJSY MAN aeral ?.ir. S. S. think. Apparently he thmts was mis trl C addressed these words is something the Liberals should be i i'aiidlonce during an exposi- ashamed of. I wish to state that ,J in hie nnin- nrnminlint. T.ihfiFalS did CmPlOV: CCr- "111 i-The Anti-Tuberculosis Society i Taylor, K to a uunus